A few days ago I got back from an unbelievable trip to thailand. Unlike most of the guys these days however I didn't go to spend a month training at thai wake park. Instead I was going on the trip with my sister and a few of her friends none of whom wakeboard or are interested in it. That being said as the trip was coming to a close we had two days in bangkok with no plans. I used this oppurtunity to jet up to thai wake park for the night to ride the park I had seen and heard so much about. When I got there I found paradise filled with good food lodging and great people. I spent the first day getting acustomed to the rental board complete with end caps to keep it from delaminating a process that had already begun, and large molded fins that had a nac for catching of the breaks between the hdpe on the features. I didn't let this board get me down or the rental life jacket which made me feel like i was wearing a mini tube top. After all I was in one of the most beatiful places in the world doing what I love, wakeboarding. on the second day I began to meet some of the local riders one of whom walked up to me after seeing me run from my camera to the starting dock in a desperate search for some footy in this amazing location. his name was ed and after he offered out of pure kindness to film while he was resting, we eneded up spending the rest of the day filming together. It's really cool to be on the complete opposite side of the world and find the same commradery that I find at my home wake park even being a complete stranger. It really shows how stoked everyone is to share the sport that they love with others who have the same passion.
And with that I give you one day of filming on a crappy rental board from Thai Wake Park with Ed and Alex.
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